As you're probably already aware, the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) is a European Union (EU) regulation aimed at strengthening the data protection of individuals (data subjects) within the EU. Its focus is to give more control and transparency to data subjects about what, how and when data is collected about them online. With the GDPR, data subjects have four main rights:
To comply with GDPR, websites must now include the following:
As the business owner you are responsible for ensuring that your website is compliant with the GDPR guidelines. We are unable to offer legal advice on this matter, therefore if there is anything that you are unsure of please speak to a legal professional.
STEP 1: Once logged into the website editor click on the blue BUILD menu in the top left of the screen. Then from the list select CONTENT.
STEP 4: You can now refer back to the policy anywhere on the website by typing the tag [ legal_privacy ] into a text module ( but remove spaces within the square brackets - these have been added so the tag will display correctly on this page). This could be on a dedicated page (if your package page limit allows) or an existing page if not. You can also refer back to the policy using this tag from within a form or cookie notification which are outlined below.
STEP 1: Open the form settings by hovering your cursor over the form module, and click on the blue MODULE button that appears in the centre.
STEP 2: A new window containing the module settings will open on-screen. Within the CONTENT tab, you'll see an option named + ADD OPT-IN OPTION. Click on this option and a CONSENT field will appear below. Hover your cursor over the new field and a cog icon will appear. Click this to expand the field.
STEP 4: Once you have selected one of the above options and entered the relevant information, we recommend using the REQUIRED toggle switch to make this a required field so that the terms must be agreed to in order to submit the form.
STEP 5: Click SAVE at the bottom of the window, and click PUBLISH in the top right of the editor to make the changes live.
For further information on Form Settings, please see section 1.2 of our Form Settings guide .
A guide on how to setup a Cookie Notification can be accessed by clicking here . The notification banner is only displayed on the users first visit to the website.
We recommend selecting the option 'USERS SHOULD OPT-IN FOR COOKIES TO BE ALLOWED'. This allows users to opt out of having their visit tracked using the built-in website analytics.
By default the websites do not store any personal identifiable data*. Websites built within our platform use the following types of cookies:
Should you have any questions regarding the website editor, please email SITEBUILDER@TRINITYMIRROR.COM and your request will be placed into a queue*
*Please note that we are unable to offer telephone support for GDPR queries